ARCHIVED - Broadcasting Procedural Letter Addressed to Michel Simard (Le Son du 49e)

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Ottawa, 5 August 2016

Michel Simard
President and Director General
Le Son du 49e
555 place Quévillon
Lebel-sur-Quévillon, Quebec
J0Y 1X0

By Email:

Re: Le son du 49e – Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2016-33 and conditions of approval relating to the ownership of the community FM radio station in Lebel-sur-Quévillon - Application: 2015-0383-9

Dear Mr. Simard:

Further to Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2016-33 (Decision 2016-33), whereby the Commission approved an application by Le son du 49e for authority to operate a low-power, French-language community FM radio programming undertaking in Lebel-sur-Quévillon, Quebec. 

In this decision, the Commission stated that no broadcasting licence would be issued until the following information and documents had been filed and deemed acceptable by the Commission.  Le son du 49e was required to file this information and documents with the Commission no later than 27 July 2016.

On 20th of May and 12th of July 2016, Le son du 49e filed the following documents and information with the Commission:

After reviewing these documents and information, the Commission has determined that the Le son du 49e has satisfied the conditions of approval set out above.

A broadcasting licence expiry date of 31 August 2022 will also be added to the licencing terms set out in Decision 2016-33.

A copy of this letter will be placed on the public record and available for viewing on the Commission website and at its offices.

Yours sincerely,

Original signed by

Danielle May-Cuconato

Secretary General

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